Fungal Infection: List Of Research-Backed Claims
Fungal infections are often caused by common fungi found in our environment.
The infection occurs when an invading fungus becomes too much for the immune system to handle.
There are millions of fungal species, but only a few hundred of them can make people sick. Fungi can cause many different types of illnesses.
According to research, nutrition can have a noticeable effect on your sensitivity to fungal infections.
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Research-Backed Beneficial Claims For Fungal Infections
Fungal infections occur when invading fungus becomes too much for the immune system to handle. According to research, some nutrients may have beneficial effects on some fungal infections.
You're welcome to explore the foods that contain nutrients that share this claim by clicking on their names.
|Nutrient||No Of Foods|
|Pelargonic Acid (9:0)||0|
|Undecanoic Acid (11:0)||2|
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